Northern Michigan Exposure All-Camp Team

The Lake Michigan Football Report’s Northern Michigan Exposure Camp in the past two seasons saw prospects like David Walker (Harbor Springs/Harvard) and Traverse City West’s Jacob Cerny, who has MAC and Illinois offers, show out and begin their ascent to become highly coveted prospects. While there may not have been any singular player with that kind of talent at the 2015 workout in Traverse City, there were numerous future college players competing on Thirlby Field under the eyes and tutelage of GLIAC, MIAA and NAIA coaches.

The highest-ranked player coming in was Cadillac’s versatile two-way junior Michael Holdship. An All-Lake Area D lineman, and standout running back, from the Vikings, he’s probably a Mike linebacker in the GLIAC and trending towards the MAC as Holdship ran 4.62 in the 40 at 6-0, 215. He was part of a strong contingent of Big North linebackers. Traverse City West junior Jack Mikula has an ideal frame at 6-2, 200 and didn’t just run well in the 40, 4.58 seconds, but showed game speed as he was smooth and closed well in pass coverage drills. Petoskey’s 5-11, 194 junior Brent Murray tested very well at the Lake Michigan Football Report Spring Combine in Grand Rapids, and looked good on the field here. The linebacker ran a 4.85 40 while showing the hands to make him a possible fullback at the next level. The Northmen were well-represented as 5-9, 160 defensive back Garrett Lundteigen had a 4.62 40 and 6-1, 240 sophomore Craig Ladd has some potential.

Another standout Big North defender, and just a sophomore, is TC Central defensive back John Pupel. 6-1, 180, he rana 4.68 40 and 4.28 pro agility. His offensive counterpart as a promising 2017 receiver was Kody Burton, a 6-3, 165 sophomore from Bridgeport. Lanky and smooth more than a blazer, but did a good job high-pointing the ball.

The fastest 40-yard dash in TC belonged to Andre Jones, 4.55 seconds. Last fall he and Jon Green gave Reed City one of the Lake Area’s top rushing backfields regardless school size. Jones looks more than equipped to carry a larger load in 2015. In one-on-ones he repeatedly slipped behind defenders to pull in long throws. The top underclassman playmaker was Joshua Atwell, a 5-11, 170 sophomore from Grandville who had the fastest pro shuttle in camp, 4.15 seconds, and ran a 4.65 40. He makes plays as a kick returner, runner and receiver and looks capable of filling Brian Cappiello’s role with the Bulldogs as the finesse big-play complement to big back Nolan Meekhof, a top 10 senior in the Lake Area. The coaches really liked another Grandville sophomore at camp 6-1, 250 lineman Levi Seeley. Another outstanding playmaker was Jacob Mitrak, a 5-10, 186 junior who made the trip from L’anse Creuse North. He was quick in and out of routes and may project best as a slot receiver.

Of all the offensive linemen at camp, Harbor Springs’ 6-3, 265 junior Jacob Lechner may have had the most ideal frame. Add some strength and toughness to the mix and the GLIAC could come calling. A more compact, physical and finished 2016 line prospect was Nate Lay, a 6-0, 250 junior right out the Zeeland West run-block, two-way cloning booth. He and Lechner had a couple good standoffs in one-on-ones. 6-2, 285 Fremont junior Cameron Seitsma was another wide-body who still moved well and could have a future on either side as an interior lineman. Kingsley junior Jeffrey Pearson is an undersized center but really scrapped and showed surprising strength when he locked on.

After two overloaded QB classes, there are a dearth of college-tracked signal callers in the Lake Area’s 2016 class. That makes Traverse City St. Francis’ 6-2, 195 junior Joe Coates intriguing. He had the camp’s top time in the pro shuttle, 4.15 seconds. Less surprising than under center is finding a promising young player on the Gladiators’ offensive line, and there is such a candidate in 6-3, 280 sophomore Dominic Hathaway. He looked more comfortable at guard than tackle and was pretty consistent keeping his hands in and getting some punch. He took coaching well and applied it, and perhaps not coincidentally has a near 4.0 gpa.

At 5-9, 270, Sault Ste. Marie junior nose tackle and center Chase Bouscher looked the the UP’s answer to Mona Shores senior Tyler Tippens. His 17 reps of 225 pounds were four more than the next nearest, Skyler Dunckley a 5-11, 255 Travere City West junior.

Onekama’s Jonas LaMont, a 6-2, 190 junior, represented the small school ranks well, as he had the pass rush variety and polish more likely found at a Class A school. Another small school kid who has the goods to do it anywhere, running the ball, is Mancelona’s 5-8, 185 junior Chase Ritchie, who ran 4.69 seconds in the 40 and accelerated well after the catch.

Just like his two older brothers, Boyne City junior Tanner Kruzel is versatile, athletic and tough. He’s 6-1, 200 and ran a 4.7 40. A couple 2017 QBS who had their moments were Dillon Schwark, a lanky 6-3, 180 Harbor Springs soph, and Manistee newcomer Tai Allen who ran a 4.7 40 and showed a strong arm. He’s two inches and some consistent coaching away.

All-Camp Team
Offense
OL Levi Seeley  6-1  250  So  Grandville
OL Jacob Lechner  6-3  265  Jr  Harbor Springs
OL Dominic Hathaway  6-3  280  So  Traverse City St. Francis
OL Cameron Seitsma  6-2  285  Jr  Fremont
OL Jacob Cabinaw  6-1  265  Jr  Traveerse City Central
QB Tai Allen  5-11  160  So  Manistee
RB Andre Jones  5-6  165  Jr  Reed City
RB Joshua Atwell  5-11  170  So  Grandville
TE Tanner Kruzel  6-0  200  Jr  Boyne City
WR Jacob Mitrak  5-10  186  Jr  L’anse Creuse North
WR Kody Burton  6-3  185  So  Bridgeport

Defense
DL Chase Bouscher  5-9  270  Jr  Sault Ste. Marie
DL Skyler Dunkley  5-11  255  Jr  Traverse City West
DL Nate Lay  6-0  250  Jr  Zeeland West
LB Michael Holdship  6-0  215  LB  Cadillac
LB Jack Mikula  6-2  200  Jr  Traverse City West
LB Jonas LaMont  6-2  190  Jr  Onekama
LB Brent Murray  5-11  194  Jr  Petoskey
LB Alec Trautman  6-1  205  So  Elk Rapids
DB John Pupel  6-1  180  So  Traverse City Central
DB Jalen Raniga  5-11  170  So  Grandville
DB Garrett Lundteigan  5-9  180  Jr  Petoskey

LMFR All-Combine Team: Boyd, VanHoeven MVPs

Following the testing, the most compelling one-on-one matchup at the LMFR Spring Combine was found amidst the linemen, Mona Shores’ versatile 6-3, 285 junior defensive lineman Christian Boyd against Paw Paw’s 6-5, 302 guard Michael VanHoeven. Both are already physical and combative by nature and brought out the fire in each other, and went on to be named the top offensive and defensive prospects at the event. Boyd is a two-year stalwart on the line of the best teams in Mona Shores’ history. While he is something of an undersized defensive tackle, Boyd is explosive off the grass, had violent hands, second and third effort and uses that bubble butt to generate power.  VanHoeven is a two-time All-Wolverine Conference selection on the offensive line. He has an intriguing mix of technique and nasty, quickness in his space and a square frame and baby face that’s added 25 pounds since the combine a year ago. If he can show pulling speed at college camps this summer, expect the MAC offers to domino.
Defense
DL Christian Boyd  6-3  285  Jr  Muskegon Mona Shores  MVP
DL Brenden Bott  6-4  255  Jr  Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills
DL Taylor Woodryk  6-1  235  Jr  Hudsonville
LB Jamari Booker  6-0  175  Jr  East Kentwood
LB Brent Murray  5-11  194  Sr  Petoskey
LB Taylor VanDyke  6-3  195  Jr  Cedar Springs
LB Ethan Hart  6-0  198  So  Hastings
DB Tyler Bradfield  6-0  190  Jr  Rockford
DB Walker Christoffersen  5-9  165  So  Muskegon Catholic Central
DB Michael Williams  5-8  165  Jr  Wyoming
DB Luke Bakker  6-0  180  Jr  West Ottawa
Offense
OL Michael VanHoeven  6-5  302  Jr  Paw Paw  MVP
OL Alex Fowler  6-1  232  Jr  Greenville
OL Jake Boonstra  6-3  285  Jr  Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills
OL Mark Brooks  6-7  265  Jr  Portland
OL Josiah VanTil  6-3  235  So  Middleville
QB Jake Martin  6-0  180  Jr  Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern
RB Ian VanDenBerg  6-1  185  Jr  Paw Paw
RB LaTommy Scott  5-7  160  So  Muskegon Catholic Central
TE Sam Matthews  6-2  180  Jr  East Grand Rapids
WR Jacob Buchberger  6-1  196  Jr  Montague
WR Samuel Neville  6-3  190  So  Grand Rapids West Catholic

Exploder: Top Verticals and Power Toss from LMFR Combine

There’s a lot of crossover between the top performers in the vertical leap and power ball toss from The Lake’s spring combine. Two of the most versatile athletes at the combine were Ian VanDenBerg, a 6-1, 185 RB/WR from Paw Paw, and Muskegon Catholic Central sophomore Walker Christoffersen. VanDenBerg was second in both the vertical leap and power ball toss, after being mentioned previously for his 4.5 40 time. Wyoming junior Michael Williams had the top vertical leap, 35 1/2″ inches, after posting the fastest 40 time of 4.44 seconds.

Montague’s Jacob Buchberger will be a three-year, two-way starter for Montague who ran for 10 TDs in five games as a junior. Buchberger was in the top 10 in both as was another from a Divisoin 5 school, Grand Rapids West Catholic sophomore David Fox who was a two-way standout (and punter) for the state champions.

Brent Murray, a 5-11, 194 junior from Petoskey, had some monster games running the ball for the Northmen last fall. He was first in the power ball with a toss of 44 feet and third with a vertical leap of 34 3/4″. More powerful than quick so projects as a middle linebacker or fullback, but Murray did have his moments in pass coverage in one-on-one reps. Anthony Hum, an Alma sophomore, was one of the camp’s to underclassman performers, with a top 10 showing in both.

LMFR Combine Top 10 Standing Vertical Leap:

  • 35 1/2″ Michael Williams  5-8  165  Jr  WR/DB  Wyoming
  • 35″  Ian VanDenBerg  6-1  185  Jr  RB/WR  Paw Paw
  • 34 3/4″  Brent Murray  5-11  194  Jr  RB/LB  Petoskey
  • 33 1/3″  David Fox  6-1  201  So  DB/QB  Grand Rapids West Catholic
  • 33 1/2″  Walker Christoffersen  5-9  165  So  ATH  Muskegon Catholic Central
  • 33″  Christopher Chin  5-10  190  So  RB/LB  Byron Center
  • 32 3/4″ Sam Matthews  6-2  180  Jr  WR/TE  East Grand Rapids
  • 31 1/2″ Shane Foster  6-1  205  Jr  ATH  Gaylord
  • 31 3/4″  Anthony Humm  6-0  170  So  RB/DB  Alma
  • 31 1/2″ Jacob Buchberger  6-1  186  Jr  QB/WR  Montague
  • 31 1/2″  Jordan Gamage  5-11  165  Jr  Sterling Heights

LMFR Combine Top 10 Power Ball Toss:

  • 44’0  Brent Murray  5-11  194  Jr  RB/LB  Petoskey
  • 42’6  Ian VanDenBerg  6-1  185  Jr  RB/WR  Paw Paw
  • 41’2  Taylor Woodwyk  6-1  235  Jr  DL  Hudsonville
  • 39’5  Jacob Burchberger  6-1  185  Jr  QB/WR  Montague
  • 39’5  Jake Boonstra  6-3  285  Jr  OL  Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills
  • 39’4  Sam Matthews  6-2  180  Jr  WR/TE  East Grand Rapids
  • 39’0  Anthony Humm  6-0  170  So  RB/DB  Alma
  • 38’7  Clay Coltson  6-1  180  Jr  QB  Hastings
  • 38’5  David Fox  6-1  201  So  DB/QB  Grand Rapids West Catholic
  • 38’2  Bryce Henkey  6-0  180  RB/DB  East Grand Rapids

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LMFR Combine Top 40, Pro Agility performances

Wyoming junior Michael Williams, Paw Paw junior Ian VanDenBerg and Muskegon Catholic Central sophomore Walker Christoffersen dominated the speed, quickness and explosions portions of the 2015 Lake Michigan Football Report Combine. Williams, at 5-8, 165, had the top 40-yard dash time of 4.44 and highest vertical jump at 35 1/2 inches. The will just reload at Muskegon Catholic as Christoffersen, at 5-9, 165, had the fastest pro agility 3.98 seconds while running a 4.56 40 and jumpering 33 1/2″. What you liked about him, particularly as an underclassman, is that the quickness from the tests was still evident when doing it against a defender in drills. Christofferson’s teammate, running back heir apparent LaTommy Scott, was also in the top 10 in both the 40 and pro agility. Portage Central’s 5-11, 190 junior Brandon Sturgeon was also a top 10 performer in both. The most physically ready player and breakout prospect from this combine was VanDenBerg. He is Paw Paw’s school record holder in the 100 and 200 meters and showed not just the wheels but the ability to show hands on the fly in one-on-ones after running a 4.56 40 with a vertical jump of 35″. That latter was on display in drills with how he could adjust and make plays on the ball at a plane beyond the DBs. What separates him is that along with the speed VanDenBerg had the second-longest power ball toss of the combine, 42’6. Not just an “Underwear Olympics” guy, VDB had a legit junior season for Paw Paw, including a 99-yard TD run and a 94-yard kickoff return TD. LMFR Combine Top 10 40-yd Dash:

  • 4.44 seconds Michael Williams  5-8  165  Jr  RB/DB  Wyoming
  • 4.56  Ian VandenBerg  6-1  185  Jr  RB/WR  Paw Paw
  • 4.56  Isaac Kozak  5-9  130  So  DB/WR  Rochester Stoney Creek
  • 4.60  Walker Christoffersen  5-9  165  So  ATH  Muskegon Catholic Central
  • 4.62  Jamari Booker  6-0  175  DB/LB  East Kentwood
  • 4.69  Tyler Bradfield  6-0  190  Jr  DB/RB  Rockford
  • 4.70  LaTommy Scott  5-7  170  So  RB  Muskegon Catholic Central
  • 4.71  Bryce Henkey  6-0  180  DB/RB  East Grand Rapids
  • 4.71  Brandon Sturgeon  5-11  190  Jr  ATH  Portage Central
  • 4.72  Jordan Gamage  5-11  165  Jr  DB  Sterling Heights

LMFR Combine Top 10 Pro Agility:

  • 3.98 seconds  Walker Christoffersen  5-9  165  So  ATH  Muskegon Catholic Central
  • 4.06  Jared Yarbrough  5-7  165  Jr  WR  Paw Paw
  • 4.25  Sam Matthews  6-2  180  Jr  WR/TE  East Grand Rapids
  • 4.29  Nolan Fugate  5-11  160  Fr  DB/QB  Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  • 4.31  Jacob Buchberger  6-1  186  Jr  QB/WR  Montague
  • 4.31  Evan Whitmore  6-3  187  Jr  ATH  Petoskey
  • 4.33  Joshua Atwell  5-11  179  So  RB/WR  Grandville
  • 4.33  LaTommy Scott  5-7  160  So  RB  Muskegon Catholic Central
  • 4.33  Nathan Manthey  5-8  156  Jr  Bangor
  • 4.33  Brandon Sturgeon  5-11  190  Jr  ATH  Portage Central
  • 4.33  Josh Lamphere  6-1  175  LB/TE  Dowagiac

O-K Red Playmakers Ready to Breakout at Saturday’s Combine

Over 100 of the Lake Area’s prospects will be at the LMFR’s combine Saturday in Grand Rapids. Many have already proven on the field to be playmakers, with or without the ball. Here are five of those future college players who we look forward to getting a closer look at 12:30-2:30 pm Saturday at the MVP Sports Spot.

Click here to come and compete against these and other top athletes.

Luke Bakker  6-0  180  ATH  West Ottawa: O-K Red linebacker who projects similarly to another recent West Ottawa prospect, Alex Zimmerman who went on to Hillsdale. May be West Ottawa’s QB in the fall. He will be the Panthers’ leading returning rusher and No. 2 returning tackler.

Tyler Bradfield  6-0  190  Jr  DB/RB  Rockford: He’ll be a three-year starter for one of the Lake Area’s perennially elite programs. The AP all-state safety went both ways for the Rams and was their leading tackler.

Jamari Booker  6-0  175  Jr  DB  East Kentwood: A prototype athlete for an EK defense built for speed. Booker’s a nasty hitter as an undersized outside linebacker at the high school level. Started on the Falcons’ Division 1 state semifinalist team and is being recruited by MAC and GLIAC teams.

LaTommy Scott  5-7  160  So  RB  Muskegon Catholic Central: As a sophomore he was already a big-play threat for MCC’s dominant Division 8 state championship team. In spot duty Scott scored four TDs while averaging over 12 yards per carry. With 2,000-yard rusher Tommy Scott matriculating to Saginaw Valley State, look for LaTommy to put up all-state caliber stats as an upperclassman.

Evan Whitmore  6-3  187  Jr  QB/DB  Petoskey: Petoskey doesn’t throw often, but Whitmore has the arm and frame to be a pocket presence, and also the athleticism to play defense. His brother is a linebacker at Hillsdale.

LMFR Camp Alumni

Here is where some past participants of the first two seasons of Lake Michigan Football Report combines signed. Who will be the next MAC, GLIAC and other prospects to emerge? The next combine is Saturday, March 21 in Grand Rapids.

  • Evan Akins: Navy (Hudsonville)
  • Wyatt Batdorff: Hillsdale (Forest Hills Northern)
  • Danny Bauder: Northern Michigan (Zeeland West)
  • Jalen Brooks: Ferris State (Cadillac)
  • Jake Brown: Michigan Tech (Comstock Park)
  • Ethan Campbell: Michigan Tech (Traverse City Central)
  • Brandon Childress: Central Michigan (Baldwin)
  • Dom Childress: Navy (Independence, Tenn.)
  • Connor Conaboy: Butler (East Grand Rapids)
  • Derek Diver: Michigan Tech (Traverse City West)
  • Bobby Drew: Wayne State (Saugatuck/Holland)
  • Andrew Duckett: Eastern Michigan (Niles Brandywine)
  • Tristan Eickenroth: Ferris State (Kingsley)
  • Steve Eipper: Central Michigan (Greenville)
  • Zach Evans: Michigan Tech (Kenowa Hills)
  • Kenneth Finley: Western Michigan (Muskegon)
  • Tyler Gildersleeve: Michigan Tech (Traverse City Central)
  • Landon Grove: Ferris State (Gladwin)
  • Ryan Gruzka: Saginaw Valley State (Comstock Park)
  • Matt Hall: Hillsdale (Grand Rapids Christian)
  • Chase Harrington: Northwood (Greenville)
  • Colt Harrington: Northwood (Greenville)
  • Jacob Howe: Grand Valley State (Forest Hills Northern)
  • Will Hunt: Ferris State (Muskegon)
  • Landon Kresnak: Saginaw Valley State (Mona Shores)
  • Greg Krusniak: Ferris State (Greenville)
  • Elliot Jordan: Western Michigan (East Kentwood)
  • Malik King: Ball State (Muskegon)
  • Drew Marion: Michigan Tech (Lake City)
  • Blake Mazur: Wayne State (Comstock Park)
  • Caleb McNitt: Hillsdale (West Ottawa)
  • Lincoln Mulder: Ferris State (Holland Christian)
  • Jaylen Schoenfield: Grand Valley State (Swartz Creek)
  • Logan Slaughter: Western Michigan (Mendon)
  • Connor Smith: Cornell (Three Rivers)
  • Derek Smith: Central Michigan (Kenowa Hills)
  • Travis Smith: Wake Forest (Ithaca)
  • Mitchell Stanitzek: Central Michigan (Grand Rapids West Catholic)
  • Will Stecker: Northern Michigan (Gaylord)
  • Trevor Sweeney: Western Michigan (Mattawan)
  • Nick Swore: Malone (Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian)
  • Adam Trautman: Dayton (Elk Rapids)
  • Trevor VanTubbergen: Wayne State (West Ottawa)
  • Jared Vuksan: Northern Michigan (Gladwin)
  • David Walker: Harvard (Harbor Springs)
  • Marty Ward: Tiffin (Niles Brandywin)
  • Shea Whitmore: Hillsdale (Petoskey)
  • Alex Zimmerman: Hillsdale (West Ottawa)

Class of 2016: Lake Area’s Top 25 Prospects

A strong offensive line crop usually bodes well for Lake Area talent overall, and bringing in the recruiters are three possible Big Ten guys up front in 2016 TC West’s Thiyo Lukusa and Jacob Cerny and Paw Paw’s Michael VanHoeven. The junior class if also rife with versatile, athletic playmakers, none more potent than the Lake Area’s No. 1 overall 2016 prospect Hunter Broersma, the two-way threat from D2 state runner-up Mona Shores.

  • 1. Hunter Broersma  6-1  180  WR/DB  Muskegon Mona Shores
  • 2. Thiyo Lukusa  6-5  300  OL  Traverse City West
  • 3. Jacob Cerny  6-5  275  OL  Traverse City West
  • 4. Michael VanHoeven  6-5  300  OL  Paw Paw
  • 5. Tyler Bradfield  6-1  185  ATH  Rockford
  • 6. Gabe Bauman  6-3  245  LB  Rockford
  • 7. Nolan Meekhof  6-1  215  RB  Grandville
  • 8. Michael Holdship  6-0  210  LB/RB  Cadillac
  • 9. Luke Sage  6-0  185  LB  Boyne City
  • 10. Christian Boyd  6-2  270  DL  Muskegon Mona Shores
  • 11. Pat Naughton  6-2  190  QB  Comstock Park
  • 12. Juanye Johnson  6-4  275  OL  Muskegon
  • 13. Gabe Steed  6-1  175  WR  Lowell
  • 14. Luke Thompson  6-0  180  ATH  Grand Rapids Christian
  • 15. Trenton Fincher  6-9  305  OL  East Kentwood
  • 16. Carl Myers  6-2  250  DL  Grand Rapids West Catholic
  • 17. Derices Brown  6-2  275  OL  Muskegon
  • 18. Zack VanValkenburg  6-4  230  LB  Zeeland West
  • 19. Dom Shermeta  5-11  205  LB  Muskegon Mona Shores
  • 20. Jake Martin  5-11  175  ATH  Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern
  • 21. Deandre Oakes-Owens  6-1  170  DB/WR  Muskegon Reeths-Puffer
  • 22. Kyle Augustine  6-3  300  OL  Gaylord
  • 23. Dante Razzano  6-2  190  DB  Edwardsburg
  • 24. Mike Bordeaux  6-3  255  OL/DL  Muskegon Mona Shores
  • 25. Jean Pierre Nkolo  6-3  200  LB  East Kentwood

2015 Lake Michigan Football Combine set for Saturday, March 21st! Registration now open!

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(Photo: Matthew Busch/MLive)

Calling all college football prospects from the classes of 2016, 2017, 2018! The 2015 Lake Michigan Football Combine will take place on Saturday, March 21, 2015, at MVP Sports in Grand Rapids, MI. Join top underclassmen from around the state and the Midwest for an afternoon of combine testing and one-on-one drills. Note: Due to the new venue, there are no restrictions on football cleats. Players may wear football cleats for the whole event.

ALL testing results will be made available to Division I, II, III & NAIA college coaches. The Lake Michigan Football Report has built strong relationships with college coaches in the MIAA, GLIAC, Missouri Valley, Ivy League, MAC, ACC, Big Ten, American Athletic Conference (formerly the Big East), SEC, PAC-12, Big 12, the U.S. Service Academies, and the University of Notre Dame!

If you want to play college football, this is one event you DON’T want to miss! Click the picture above for complete details and registration information!

Signing Day Top 100

The Lake Area’s Top 100 2015 Recruits:

  • 1. Derek Smith  6-4  250  OL/DL  Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills  Central Michigan
  • 2. Bryce Witham  6-4  245  TE/DL  Grand Rapids West Catholic  Minnesota
  • 3. John Keenoy  6-3  285  OL  East Kentwood  Western Michigan
  • 4. Tyree Jackson  6-5  210  QB  Mona Shores  Buffalo
  • 5. Jon Wassink  6-3  190  QB  Grand Rapids South Christian  Western Michigan
  • 6. Wesley French  6-5  290  OL/DL  St. Joseph  Western Michigan
  • 7. Carter Masek  6-3  230  LB  East Grand Rapids  Miami-OH
  • 8. Steve Eipper  6-5  275  OL  Greenville  Central Michigan
  • 9. Sam Beal  6-2  175  WR  Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills  Western Michigan
  • 10. Mason Banbury  6-4  230  TE/DL  East Grand Rapids  Cornell
  • 11. Alezay Coleman  5-11  175  DB  Muskegon   Ferris State
  • 12. Chase VanHoef  6-5  285  OL  Grand Haven  Kent State
  • 13. Adam Trautman  6-5  220  QB  Elk Rapids  Dayton
  • 14. Brandon Childress  6-3  185  QB/ATH  Baldwin  Central Michigan
  • 15. Jacob Geter  5-8  165  RB  Plainwell  Davenport
  • 16. Travis Russell  6-2  185  QB  Grand Rapids West Catholic  Ferris State
  • 17. Matt Seybert  6-4  230  TE/DL  Traverse City St. Francis  Buffalo
  • 18. Gabe Andree  6-0  185  DB  Grand Rapids Christian  Toledo
  • 19. Joeviair Kennedy  6-3  195  WR  Muskegon
  • 20. Andrew Duckett  6-1  190  QB/ATH  Niles Brandywine  Eastern Michigan
  • 21. Trevor Raby  6-4  240  OL  Zeeland West  Davenport
  • 22. Nate Couturier  5-10  160  WR  Allendale  Davenport
  • 23. Eric Plate  6-0  180  DB  Greenville  Grand Valley State
  • 24. Deontay Moffett  5-9  RB  Muskegon Mona Shores  Wayne State
  • 25. Zach McGuire  6-1  190  ATH  Traverse City West  Northwood
  • 26. Bryce Wilker  6-5  290  OL  Belding  Michigan State
  • 27. TJ Smith  6-1  215  LB  Muskegon  Ferris State
  • 28. Mason Opple  6-3  210  QB  Hudsonville  Davenport
  • 29. Kyle Toth  6-2  195  DB  Hudsonville  Wayne State
  • 30. Kenneth Willekes  6-2  215  LB  Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian  Michigan State
  • 31. Nick Marosi  6-2  195  ATH  Grand Rapids Catholic Central  Miami-OH
  • 32. Jarrad Whited  6-2  230  DL  Vicksburg  Siena Heights
  • 33. Sam Heyboer  6-5  210  LB/TE  Grand Rapids South Christian  Ferris State
  • 34. Jack Bates  6-3  230  LB  Grand Rapids Christian
  • 35. Ethan Campbell  5-9  185  RB  Traverse City Central  Michigan Tech
  • 36. Mike Parker  5-11  170  WR  Muskegon Orchard View
  • 37. Jordan Ferguson  6-0  225  LB  Alpena  Michigan Tech
  • 38. Michael Ivy  5-9  205  RB  East Kentwood  Davenport
  • 39. Eddie Kelly  6-1  215  RB  Caledonia
  • 40. Caleb McNitt  6-2  205  QB/ATH  West Ottawa  Hillsdale
  • 41. Jordan Cobbs  6-3  190  LB/TE  East Kentwood  Ferris State
  • 42. Grant Tennehill  5-10  215  LB  Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  • 43. Qiantae Ewing  6-3  235  LB  Grand Rapids Christian
  • 44. Tony Curry  6-6  320  OL  Muskegon Oakridge  Ferris State
  • 45. TJ Patterson  6-3  275  OL  Reed City
  • 46. Jay Koski  5-11  205  LB  Portage Northern
  • 47. Hunter Simino  6-2  240  DL  Portage Central  Air Force
  • 48. Thompson McWatters  6-4  250  OL  Grand Haven  Northern Michigan
  • 49. Daniel Shanley  6-2  235  LB  Grandville  Hillsdale
  • 50. Victor Williams  6-2  265  DL  East Grand Rapids  Davenport
  • 51. Rowland Sharp  6-3  250  DL  Muskegon  Davenport
  • 52. Lamar Jordan  6-0  195  LB  Muskegon Catholic Central
  • 53. Mason Dekker  5-10  210  LB  West Ottawa  Davenport
  • 54. Dakota Scholten  6-4  235  ATH  Grant  Davenport
  • 55. Seth Tice  6-3  270  OL/DL  Traverse City Central  Michigan Tech
  • 56. Kyle Friberg  6-2  180  QB  East Kentwood  Carthage
  • 57. Mike Egeler  6-4  225  TE/DL  Comstock Park
  • 58. Jason McDonough  5-10  165  DB  Grand Rapids West Catholic  Hillsdale
  • 59. Tommy Brown  6-2  275  DL/OL  Grand Rapids Northview  Davenport
  • 60. Smith Saenbouttarath  5-11  DL/OL  Zeeland West  Davenport
  • 61. Mike Johnston  6-1  215  LB  East Grand Rapids  Davenport
  • 62. Blake Bokheim  6-5  230  TE  Grand Rapids Northview  Davenport
  • 63. Tyler Tippens  5-9  275  DL  Muskegon Mona Shores  William Penn
  • 64. Mitchell Quakkelaar  6-3 240  OL/DL  Grand Rapids South Christian  Ferris State
  • 65. Zach Hellman  6-4  220  DL  Muskegon Mona Shores
  • 66. Dereko Riley  5-7  170  RB  Muskegon Reeths-Puffer
  • 67. Dan Harazin  6-2  210  OL  Stevensville Lakeshore
  • 68. Jay Doll  6-0  195  QB  Paw Paw  Davenport
  • 69. Will Stecker  6-4  290  OL  Gaylord  Northern Michigan
  • 70. Cole VanOosten  6-7  270  OL/DL  Kalamazoo United
  • 71 Tristan Waters  6-2  165  WR  East Kentwood
  • 72. Tommy Scott  5-8  RB  Muskegon Catholic Central  Saginaw Valley State
  • 73. Danil Young  5-10  175  DB  Grandville
  • 74. Chase Harrington 6-3  210  LB  Greenville  Northwood
  • 75. Josh Colegrove  5-11  230  DL  Lowell
  • 76. Michael Catching  6-0 180  LB  East Kentwood  Davenport
  • 77. DeKurtis Murphy  6-5  315  OL/DL  St. Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic
  • 78. Malik Swain  6-2  310  DL  Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills
  • 79. Parker Hall  6-4  195  WR  Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern  Davenport
  • 80. Marty Ward  5-9  215  RB/LB  Niles Brandywine
  • 81. Kasey DeWitt  6-4  230  DL  Shelby
  • 82. Johnny Nutter  6-2  185  WR  Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central
  • 83. Matt Schuiteman  6-2  175  WR  Muskegon Mona Shores
  • 84. Brendan Huyser  6-2  290  OL  Grand Rapids South Christian  Ferris State
  • 85. Kaden Kempker  6-0  160  DB/WR  Hudsonville  Davenport
  • 86. Luke Wilkerson  6-2  195  QB  Grand Rapids Forest Hills Eastern  Davenport
  • 87. Jaeden MacPherson  6-2  245  DL  Muskegon Cathlic Central
  • 88. Maceo Vroman  5-11  160  ATH  Boyne City
  • 89. Caden Burrows  6-3  290  OL  Cedar Springs  Davenport
  • 90. Alex Bos  6-3  230  TE  Grand Rapids Christian  Davenport
  • 91. Caleb Washington  5-6  185  RB  Muskegon
  • 92. Max Kallemetyer  6-6  230  OL  Sr  Wyoming
  • 93. Jared Rogers  6-0  205  RB  Byron Center
  • 94. Mikey Roth  5-11  190  QB  East Grand Rapids  Valparaiso
  • 95. Rys Adle  6-3  215  LB  Traverse City Central
  • 96. Dalton Ketelaar  6-1  190  QB  Vicksburg  Davenport
  • 97. Keagan James  6-1  205  ATH  Central Montcalm
  • 98. Pierce Vreeland  6-2  190  DB  Gobles
  • 99. Sammie Ryans  6-0  220  LB  East Kentwood
  • 100. Jalen Kisner  6-0  270  OL  Hopkins  Northwood
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